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Cruise 'Still Processing' Daughter's Birth (AP)
This photo, supplied by ABC, shows new father Tom Cruise joined the cast of 'Mission Impossible  III' for an interview  with ABC News' Deborah Roberts, in Los Angeles, Thursday night, April 20, 2006,to discuss the highly anticipated movie. The interview  is one of the first that Tom Cruise participated in since the birth of his daughter. An abbreviated  '20/20' television magazine show airs at a special time on Friday night, April 21,  on  ABC Television Network. The film opens in U.S. theaters on May 5.(AP Photo /Rick Rowell,ABC)AP - Tom Cruise hasn't toned down his enthusiasm at all now that fiancee Katie Holmes has given birth to their daughter.


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PBS Wins 12 Creative Craft Daytime Emmys (AP)
AP - PBS won a leading 12 Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Awards on Saturday night, including seven trophies for "Sesame Street."

Singers Vie in 'Sound of Music' Auditions (AP)
Clare McMahon from Carrickfergus, county Antrim practices for her audition in the BBC TV series searching for the leading lady in the West End stage production of the Sound of Music during audition's in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Saturday, April, 22, 2006. Aspiring stars strutted their stuff at a Belfast hotel Saturday, hoping to win the part of novitiate-turned-nanny Maria in a big-budget London production of 'The Sound of Music.'  It's no ordinary audition as those who make it past the first rounds will compete for the approval of judges and viewers on a reality TV show that offers a shot at stage stardom as its prize. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)AP - Call it "Alpine Idol." Aspiring stars strutted their stuff at a Belfast hotel Saturday, hoping to win the part of novitiate-turned-nanny Maria in a big-budget London production of "The Sound of Music."


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Actor DiCaprio Injures Leg on Set (AP)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks at a news conference called by Global Green USA in San Francisco, in this file photo from March 22, 2005. DiCaprio suffered a minor leg injury while filming in Mozambique, his publicist said Saturday. The accident happened Friday on the set of 'Blood Diamond'.  (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)AP - Actor Leonardo DiCaprio suffered a minor leg injury while filming in Mozambique, his publicist said Saturday.


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Broadcasters Focus on Challenge From Web (AP)
AP - Local television broadcasters, seeing their networks potentially bypassing them in the rush to offer shows and other content online, will meet this week to figure out how to hang onto viewers and dollars.

"Trek" Rediscovered by "Lost" Creator (E! Online)
Those are the components Paramount Pictures has assembled to revive 
 its sputtering Star Trek franchise.E! Online - Those are the components Paramount Pictures has assembled to revive its sputtering Star Trek franchise.


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Latino Pop Stars Sing to Support Migrants (AP)
AP - Mexican pop diva Gloria Trevi, Puerto Rican reggaeton Ivy Queen and Tito El Bambino and other Latino artists are recording a Spanish-language version of the U.S. national anthem in a show of support for migrants in the United States.

PBS Wins 12 Creative Craft Daytime Emmys (AP)
AP - PBS won a leading 12 Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Awards on Saturday night, including seven trophies for "Sesame Street."

Broadcasters Focus on Challenge From Web (AP)
AP - Local television broadcasters, seeing their networks potentially bypassing them in the rush to offer shows and other content online, will meet this week to figure out how to hang onto viewers and dollars.

New Block of Tickets for 'Lord of the Rings' On Sale (Playbill)
Playbill - The Lord of the Rings, the open-ended theatrical extravaganza in Toronto, has announced a new block of tickets, through Sept. 24, will go on sale April 22.

"Trek" Rediscovered by "Lost" Creator (E! Online)
Those are the components Paramount Pictures has assembled to revive 
 its sputtering Star Trek franchise.E! Online - Those are the components Paramount Pictures has assembled to revive its sputtering Star Trek franchise.


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Cruise 'Still Processing' Daughter's Birth (AP)
This photo, supplied by ABC, shows new father Tom Cruise joined the cast of 'Mission Impossible  III' for an interview  with ABC News' Deborah Roberts, in Los Angeles, Thursday night, April 20, 2006,to discuss the highly anticipated movie. The interview  is one of the first that Tom Cruise participated in since the birth of his daughter. An abbreviated  '20/20' television magazine show airs at a special time on Friday night, April 21,  on  ABC Television Network. The film opens in U.S. theaters on May 5.(AP Photo /Rick Rowell,ABC)AP - Tom Cruise hasn't toned down his enthusiasm at all now that fiancee Katie Holmes has given birth to their daughter.


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Actor DiCaprio Injures Leg on Set (AP)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks at a news conference called by Global Green USA in San Francisco, in this file photo from March 22, 2005. DiCaprio suffered a minor leg injury while filming in Mozambique, his publicist said Saturday. The accident happened Friday on the set of 'Blood Diamond'.  (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)AP - Actor Leonardo DiCaprio suffered a minor leg injury while filming in Mozambique, his publicist said Saturday.


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'Third Man' Co-Star Alida Valli Dies (AP)
Italian actress Alida Valli, who died in Rome early Saturday April 22, 2006,  shows her Lifetime Career Golden Lion award at the Venice film festival, in this Wednesday, August 27, 1997 file photo. She was 85.  (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)AP - Alida Valli, one of Italy's great actresses who co-starred in the 1949 film "The Third Man" and Alfred Hitchcock's "The Paradine Case," died Saturday in Rome, the mayor's office said. No cause of death was given. She was 84.


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Italy's Valli, star of "Third Man," dies (Reuters)
Italian actress Alida Valli (L) is shown receiving a kiss from French actor Gerard Depardieu at the 54th Venice Film Festival, in this August 27, 1997 file photo. Valli, one of Italy's most famous movie actresses, who starred in 'The Third Man' and 'The Paradine Case', has died aged 84. (Reuters)Reuters - Alida Valli, one of Italy's most famous movie actresses, who starred in "The Third Man" and "The Paradine Case," has died aged 84.


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Judge Orders Charlie Sheen Away From Wife (AP)
Charlie Sheen and his then-wife actress Denise Richards arrive at CBS  celebration on Nov. 2, 2003, in New York. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano, FILE)AP - Charlie Sheen was ordered Friday to at least 300 feet from his estranged wife, Denise Richards, and their two young daughters except during supervised visits, according to court documents.


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'MI3' Director to Do Latest 'Star Trek' (AP)
Director J.J. Abrams speaks during the opening ceremony of ShoWest at Paris hotel-casino in Las Vegas in this March 14, 2006 file photo.  Paramount Pictures announced Friday, April 21, that Abrams has committed to produce the 11th 'Star Trek' feature film and there are plans for him to direct as well. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - "Mission: Impossible III" director J.J. Abrams is going from Cruise control to warp speed. Abrams has committed to produce the 11th "Star Trek" feature film and there are plans for him to direct as well, Paramount Pictures announced Friday.


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Director, studio at odds over release strategy (Reuters)
Reuters - In principle, director Alex Steyermark doesn't object to the near-simultaneous day-and-date theater/cable/DVD release strategy pioneered by HDNet Films, the producers of his new comedy-drama "One Last Thing. . . ."

Sorry, Suri: No Paternity Leave for Papa (E! Online)
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes may have held their tongues during 
 Suri's birth, but that didn't stop them from holding each other.E! Online - Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes may have held their tongues during Suri's birth, but that didn't stop them from holding each other.


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Travolta, Lopez to Star in 'Dallas' (AP)
Actor John Travolta appears backstage at the Academy Awards  March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles.   British filmmaker Gurinder Chadha said Friday, April 21, 2006, that she will direct Travolta and Jennifer Lopez in a big-screen version of the prime-time soap opera 'Dallas.'(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Gurinder Chadha will direct John Travolta and Jennifer Lopez in a big-screen version of the prime-time soap opera "Dallas."


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Latino Pop Stars Sing to Support Migrants (AP)
AP - Mexican pop diva Gloria Trevi, Puerto Rican reggaeton Ivy Queen and Tito El Bambino and other Latino artists are recording a Spanish-language version of the U.S. national anthem in a show of support for migrants in the United States.

Singers Vie in 'Sound of Music' Auditions (AP)
Clare McMahon from Carrickfergus, county Antrim practices for her audition in the BBC TV series searching for the leading lady in the West End stage production of the Sound of Music during audition's in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Saturday, April, 22, 2006. Aspiring stars strutted their stuff at a Belfast hotel Saturday, hoping to win the part of novitiate-turned-nanny Maria in a big-budget London production of 'The Sound of Music.'  It's no ordinary audition as those who make it past the first rounds will compete for the approval of judges and viewers on a reality TV show that offers a shot at stage stardom as its prize. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)AP - Call it "Alpine Idol." Aspiring stars strutted their stuff at a Belfast hotel Saturday, hoping to win the part of novitiate-turned-nanny Maria in a big-budget London production of "The Sound of Music."


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Bassist Edgar Meyer Releases Solo Album (AP)
Bassist Edgar Meyer, left, and cellist Gary Hoffman are photographed at Lincoln Center in New York on March 14, 2006. Meyer has recorded with Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, James Taylor, fiddler Mark O'Connor, banjo player Bela Fleck, among many other giants. Now he has recorded by himself, cutting a CD of 14 pieces he composed. But it's no solo album. Through the manipulations of multi-track recording, he performs on 10 different instruments _ three kinds of basses, two types of mandolins plus piano, guitar, banjo, dobro and gamba.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Edgar Meyer has recorded with Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, James Taylor, fiddler Mark O'Connor, banjo player Bela Fleck, among many others. Now he has recorded by himself, cutting a CD of 14 pieces he composed. Through the manipulations of multitrack recording, he performs on 10 different instruments — three kinds of basses, two types of mandolins plus piano, guitar, banjo, dobro and gamba.


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Latin music finds its way to Main Street, USA (Reuters)
Reuters - Forget Miami, Los Angeles and New York. The next big Latin music explosion is erupting in secondary markets across the United States, and the numbers are there to back it up.

Digital sales boost indie jazz labels (Reuters)
Reuters - Though it is deemed a national treasure for its innately American legacy, jazz is plagued with an identity crisis.

Indie label's artist trading cards click with fans (Reuters)
Reuters - While most indie labels look to the Internet and other new-media ventures to promote their artists, Trustkill Records was inspired by a more traditional form of media: the baseball card.

Music biz puts "Signatures" on deal with baseball (Reuters)
Reuters - Whether it's rock 'n' roll at an NFL tailgate party or the stadium public-address system blaring Metallica's "Enter Sandman" when New York Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera takes the mound, sports and music have always gone hand in hand.

Neil Young's protest album heads to Internet first (Reuters)
Neil Young poses at the 25th annual Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah January 24, 2006. Young's newly recorded protest album 'Living With War,' including a song calling for the impeachment of President Bush, will be posted for free Internet streaming next week, his label said on Friday. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Neil Young's newly recorded protest album "Living With War," including a song calling for the impeachment of President Bush, will be posted for free Internet streaming next week, his label said on Friday.


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More Doors opening with concert downloads (Reuters)
A fan holds an album by the seventies rock group The Doors in this Decmber 8, 2003 file photo. As part of the Doors' 40th-anniversary celebration, the band will soon make 12 concerts from 1967 to 1970 available for download from its Web site, TheDoors.com. (John Schuts/Reuters)Reuters - As part of the Doors' 40th-anniversary celebration, the band will soon make 12 concerts from 1967 to 1970 available for download from its Web site, TheDoors.com.


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Godsmack's Erna digs deep into his pain (Reuters)
Reuters - Don't say the M-word to Godsmack frontman Sully Erna. "We're not some metal band," he says. "I really look at us as hard rock."

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